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DISHWASHER- Model no: DW009

When i turn the power on, it sounds like the DW is trying to empty itself even though there is no water in it.
Also, it wont let me chose a programme to run and it flashes E4 and beeps

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  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2008




    exactly the same problem, the dishwasher is emptying, beeping and flashing E4, cannot do anything with it,


  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2008

    The washer gives an error code of E4 and sounds like it's attempting to empty. Additionally, the washing tablet has not been released.

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My dw009 is showing e2 does anyone know what it means ive tried everything

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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Does anyone know what make a dwoo9h dishwasher is?

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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I dragged my DW009 out today 17/02/08 took the side panels off, thought i'd take a look!. i had'nt got a clue i might as well be looking at a cows backside, there was no water in the bottom pan, ho hum put the panels back ....now it works fine..no more E4, beeping and draining. my conclusion is it only needed a good hard kick. hope this could be of use to someone else?

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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Hi, i could do with a user guide for my dw009, not sure what make it is as i can't get to thr front panel, can anyone help ?

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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I experienced exactly the same problem with this Model. The handbook says code E4 is an overfill problem and in my case because the filter had become blocked, water had somehow found its way into the base of the washer (where all the electrical stuff is) and activated the anti-flood device. The solution is to simply get the water out of the base. Making sure the unit was switched off at the mains, I removed the wooden kick-board from under the kitchen units and the screws securing the washer to the units. I then lowered the 2 front height adjusting legs so that the washer was slightly tilted down at the front. There are 2 black plastic access covers at the bottom of the unit which can be gently prised out and then use a cloth/sponge, removed all the water that had collected in the base. This cured the problem without the hassle of removing the washer altogether.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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  • rawplug Jan 09, 2011

    FANTASTIC JUST DONE THE SAME WITHOUT ADJUSTING THE LEGS JUST MOPPED THE BIT OF LIQUID FROM BEHIND THE TWO ACCESS PANELS NOW WORKING WELL SIMPLES

  • Anonymous Oct 30, 2011

    just did as you suggested dishwasher working again many thanks

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    Stuart McElney Feb 19, 2014

    Worked a treat for me. Pop off the 2 black plastic cover plates then put a sponge through gap to mop up. Very little water and fixed in seconds.

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PAB Ltd went into administration and renamed to Appliance365; they renamed their products as well.

Manuals can be found here: http://appliance365.co.uk/manuals.php

(The DW009 seems equivalent to the UDW01)

Posted on Apr 18, 2010

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I used the same remedy for mine and fixed, no need of a very expensive repair man.

Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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My dw009 dishwasher had an e4 code up , cleaned the bottom of water now the code has gone but the machine now trips out any idea many thanks if you can help

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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